Chair of Information and Coding Theory

Teaching

Coronavirus pandemic: The Chair of Information and Coding Theory plans  to offer teaching

in the Summer Term 2020 as completely as possible, taking safety precautions into account.

Details are announced on the OpenOLAT  e-learning platform. In order to access

OpenOLAT module-wise, you may follow the links in Teaching -> Downloads.

 

 

 

Grundlagen der digitalen Informationsübertragung

2. Auflage 2013, ISBN: 978-3-8348-1784-6, ISBN eBook: 978-3-8348-2214-7

  • Übersicht
    Die Informations- und Kommunikationstechnik hat in den letzten Jahrzehnten enorm an Bedeutung gewonnen. Umso wichtiger wird die Vermittlung von Grundlagenwissen in der digitalen Informationsübertragung. Aktuelle Forschungsgebiete wie Mehrantennensysteme (MIMO-Systeme), Mehrnutzerkommunikation und Netzwerkcodierung basieren auf informationstheoretischen Ansätzen, aber auch auf Kenntnissen der Codierungstheorie, der Übertragungstechnik und der Schätzverfahren. Im Vordergrund dieses Lehrbuchs stehen leistungsfähige drahtlose Übertragungstechniken unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des Mobilfunks. Die meisten Prinzipien und Verfahren sind aber auch in anderen Bereichen der digitalen Übertragungstechnik und verwandten Gebieten anwendbar. Durch Querverweise wird ein Zusammenhang zwischen Teilbereichen hergestellt und der Leser somit in die Lage versetzt, die wesentlichen Facetten der digitalen Informationsübertragung ganzheitlich zu erfassen. In der vollständig überarbeiteten und erweiterten 2. Auflage wurden aufstrebende Themen wie Netzwerkcodierung, ratenlose Codierung, Compressed Sensing, Ultra-Breitbandkommunikation, Software-Defined Radio und Cognitive Radio neu berücksichtigt. Aktuelle Themen wie Mehrnutzer-Informationstheorie, Rate-Distortion-Theorie, LDPC-Codes, iterative Decodierverfahren und zugehörige Analysemethoden, Superpositionsmodulation, Mehrträgerverfahren, Mehrantennensysteme und Interferenzunterdrückung wurden vertiefend behandelt.
     
  • Aus dem Inhalt
    • Grundlagen der angewandten Informationstheorie
    • Grundlagen der Kanalcodierung
    • Digitale Modulations- und Übertragungsverfahren
    • Konzepte der Mobilfunkkommunikation

 

Visible Light Communications

1st edition 2019, ISBN: 978-3-446-46206-9, E-Book: ISBN: 978-3-446-46172-7

  • Overview
    Visible Light Communication (VLC) is an emerging wireless data transmission technology. Light is used simultaneously for illumination as well as for communication and/or positioning purposes. If fully networked, dubbed Li-Fi, VLC systems complement Wi-Fi access points. VLC is an incident of optical wireless communications (OWC). OWC systems provide high data security, are license-free, and may substitute radio systems when these either fail or are not permitted. VLC technology enhances smart lighting infrastructure and Internet-of-Things (IoT) use cases. LED-based Car-to-X communication is an enabling platform towards autonomous driving.

    The textbook covers OWC applications, fundamentals of illumination engineering, channel modeling, optical intensity modulation schemes, VLC standardization efforts, the software-defined radio concept, selection criteria of photonic devices, fundamental circuit designs, and visible light positioning.

    The book is written for students in electrical and information engineering or adjacent areas, as well as for engineers, information scientists, and physicists in research and development.
     
  • Selling arguments
    • This textbook gives an excellent introduction to optical wireless communications as well as corresponding applications
    • Readers learn to understand theoretical as well as practical foundations of visible light communication
    • The book introduces basics of light engineering, has a strong focus on intensity modulation techniques, provides implementation aspects, and gives the reader an impression about selected applications
    • Among the use cases are Li-Fi, Human Centric Lighting, IoT, Car-to-X applications, and visible light positioning

 

Visible Light Communications: Solutions Manual

1st edition 2019, ISBN: 978-3-446-46303-5

  • Overview
    Visible Light Communication (VLC) is an emerging wireless data transmission technology. Light is used simultaneously for illumination as well as for communication and/or positioning purposes. If fully networked, dubbed Li-Fi, VLC systems complement Wi-Fi access points. VLC is an incident of optical wireless communications (OWC). OWC systems provide high data security, are license-free, and may substitute radio systems when these either fail or are not permitted. VLC technology enhances smart lighting infrastructure and Internet-of-Things (IoT) use cases. LED-based Car-to-X communication is an enabling platform towards autonomous driving.

    This workbook complements the textbook “Visible Light Communications: Theoretical and Practical Foundations” and the exercises therein. The following areas are covered: OWC applications, fundamentals of illumination engineering, channel modeling, optical intensity modulation schemes, VLC standardization efforts, the software-defined radio concept, election criteria of photonic devices, fundamental circuit designs, and visible light positioning.

    The book is written for students in electrical and information engineering or adjacent areas, as well as for engineers, information scientists, and physicists in research and development.

Courses

Information on each of the courses is available in the module handbooks of the degree programmes and in UnivIS.

Bachelor:

  • etit-115: Theoretische Grundlagen der Informationstechnik
  • etit-201: Grundlagen der Kanalcodierung
  • etit-305: Projekt

 

Master:

  • etit-5007-01a: Information Theory and Coding I
  • etit-5008-01a: Information Theory and Coding II
  • etit-5016-01a: Wireless Communications (DSP)
  • etit-6029-01a: Wireless Power Transfer and Smart Grid Communications
  • etit-6030-01a: Visible Light Communications
     
  • etit-6025-01a: Introduction to Radar Signal Processing and Algorithms
  • etit-6026-01a: Underwater Techniques
  • etit-623: Time Series Analysis
     
  • etit-7004-01a: Seminar Information and Coding Theory
  • etit-8003-01a: M.Sc. Laboratory Information Processing
  • etit-8002-01a: M.Sc. Laboratory Communications
  • etit-8007-01a: M.Sc. Laboratory Real-time Signal Processing 

Summer Term

Title Type Time Room Lecturer
Wireless Communications (DSP) L Fr, 09:15 - 10:45
(from 17.04.20)

Online

see OpenOLAT

Hoeher
E Fr, 08:15 - 09:00
(from 17.04.20)
Hoeher and assistants
Underwater Techniques L Wed, 10:00 - 11:30

Online

see OpenOLAT

Badri-Hoeher
E Wed, 08:15 - 09:45 Badri-Hoeher
Information Theory
and Coding II
L Tue, 10:00 - 11:30
(from 07.04.20)

Online

see OpenOLAT

Hoeher
E Tue, 11:45 - 12:30
(from 07.04.20)
Hoeher and assistants
Wireless Power Transfer and
Smart Grid Communications
L Thu, 09:15 - 10:45
(from 09.04.20)

Online

see OpenOLAT

Hoeher
E In self-study with
final presentations
on 18.06.2020
and 25.06.2020.
Hoeher and assistants
Theoretische Grundlagen der
Informationstechnik
L Wed, 10:00 - 12:30
(from 08.04.20)

Online

see OpenOLAT

Hoeher
E Fr, 13:15 - 14:00
(from 17.04.20)
Hoeher and assistants
Introduction to Radar Signal
Processing and Algorithms
L / E

Single appointments
08:30 - 17:00:
13.7.2020, 14.7.2020,
16.7.2020, 03.8.2020,
04.8.2020, 05.8.2020,
06.8.2020

TBA Mietzner
Real-time Signal Processing Lab P

Preliminary meeting:
14.04.20, 17:00

Online Schmidt, Pachnicke,
Hoeher and assistants
M.Sc. Laboratory Communications P Preliminary meeting:
23.04.20, 13:00

Online

see OpenOLAT

Schmidt, Pachnicke,
Hoeher and assistants
Bachelor Projekt etit-305 S On appointment     On appointment     Hoeher
Seminar Information and Coding Theory etit-7004-01a S On appointment     On appointment     Hoeher

Winter Term

Title Type Time Room Lecturer
Grundlagen der Kanalcodierung E Fri, 11:00 - 11:45 KS2/G - SR I Hoeher and assistants
L Fri, 09:15 - 10:45 KS2/G - SR I Hoeher
Information Theory
and Coding I
E Thu, 08:15 - 09:00 KS2/G - SR-I Hoeher and assistants
L Thu, 09:15 - 10:45 KS2/G - SR-I Hoeher
Visible Light Communications E Wed, 08:15 - 09:00 KS2/F - SR-I Hoeher and assistants
L Wed, 09:15 - 10:45 KS2/F - SR-I Hoeher

M.Sc. Laboratory Information Processing

P Registration until 23.10.2020 KS2 Hoeher, Pachnicke, Schmidt and assistants
Bachelor Projekt etit-305 S On appointment On appointment Hoeher
Seminar Information and Coding Theory etit-7004-01a S On appointment On appointment Hoeher